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What's the stigma with wigs? Is it the easy on, easy off factor?
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what's the difference?

I remember when wearing weave had a stigma.
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Originally posted by <font color=#FF0000 size=4><b>laceyfront laceyfront wrote:

Originally posted by BBpants BBpants wrote:

No......Maybe weave but I don't know about wigs lol I can't see myself buying a wig.




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No, but I don't care.
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Don't care any more. Still luh ma wigs.

I think the stigma comes from being able to snatch it off. you can't snatch weave off i guess.
Wouldn't have worn one in high school though too risky. i still get wary about wearing them now lol.
Save a heck load of money though.
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Originally posted by Regalness Regalness wrote:

Originally posted by ThatGurlD ThatGurlD wrote:

That's a good question.  I know I have never thought differently of anyone or felt any kind of way when I found out they wore one.  I'm with Tbaby, unkempt hair makes me uncomfortable for the person but who really cares.  I think a lot of stigma comes from within.  I haven't worn wigs or weaves in years but when I did, the only time I felt stigmatized was when I felt insecure.
 
ITA.  I know my personal stigma about wigs is starting change.  I am currently transitioning from relaxed to natural and wigs are a great protective style for me.  I had to ease into it though. I started wearing them with hats, now I wear them without a care.  I change them up with my outfits.  I don't even take them that seriously and some of them have been mistaken for my own hair.  So I think it is all about how you rock them and carry yourself.  I know what my goal is underneath the wig, so it does not bother me what people think.    

I can't wait till my hair gets long enough to wear out!
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My hair is long enough to wear out, but it is very thin. I also have a giant forehead. I am very grateful for lace wigs. People can hate them all they want, but I love them.
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yep that stigma is fading away very quickly thanks to lace-fronts/lace-wigs and the popularity of wigs among celebrities (of all races). 
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I wear wigs like a weave behind my hairline

Loves it won't ever sew in again

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do you wear u parts too Ricky?
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